A low-guilt guide to a healthy home.
This is the sixteenth volume of THE LEADERSHIP LIBRARY, a continuing series from LEADERSHIP, the practical journal for church leaders published by Christianity Today, Inc. Other volumes in the series include Well-Intentioned Dragons, Learning to Lead, and Being Holy, Being Human.
Praise for the Print Edition
If the Christian Minister should be a model—a leader not a pointer—then The Healthy Hectic Home is required reading. It’s loaded with hands-on ideas and insights from today’s strugglers, not yesteryear’s shining saints. These courageous contemporaries drop the mask and show how the great balancing act—ministry and family—can be achieved without sacrificing either. An urgent assignment for every seminarian and pastor
—J. Allen Petersen Director, Family Concern
This book is full of transparent realism laced with practical suggestions and encouragement specially crafted for ministry families. It is a book of the long view. We learn from Luther, Wesley, and Thomas a Kempis as well as Chuck Swindoll and Eugene Peterson. This is not a “gosh, ain’t it awful” book but one that’s forward looking … full of optimism presented in a climate of believability.
—Jay Kesler President, Taylor University
- Title: The Healthy Hectic Home
- Author: Marshall Shelley
- Publisher: CTI
- Publication Date: 1988
- Pages: 189